Rocketfish RF-HG08N19 8K Ultra High Speed HDMI (R) 2.1 Kabel
If you’re looking for a certified cable for your HDMI connection, you’ve come to the right place. The Rocketfish RF-HG08N19 8K Ultra High Speed HDMI (r) 2.1 cable comes in 4′ length. It supports up to 48gbps of data transfer speed. It also features a twisted pair design for easy installation.
The Rocketfish RF-HG08N19 8K Ultra High Speed HDMI (r) 2.1 Certified Cable is an excellent option if you want to improve your connection to your gaming console or television. This HDMI cable has been designed to support high-bandwidth games and accessories. Its high-speed design enables it to deliver more data during gameplay, eliminating the risk of handshake or snow. This cable also supports advanced gaming features such as AMD FreeSync, which supports the simultaneous delivery of two video streams.
If you plan to use features such as variable refresh rate, eARC, and 4K video at 120Hz, you’ll need an HDMI 2.1 cable. This type of cable supports these features in certain devices, like the PS5, Xbox Series X, and LG 4K OLED TVs. However, it’s only useful if your device supports it. Jim has been reviewing computers and electronics for over 20 years, and his favorite topics are antivirus and smart home tech.
4′ eARC-Priority Series
HDMI 2.1 is a common specification among components and accessories, but what about the audio return channel? It’s the cable that carries the sound from a television to a sound bar or AV receiver. In the past, HDMI hardware was limited to lossy 5.1-channel surround sound. HDMI 2.1 hardware supports eARC, which expands digital bandwidth and supports lossless high-resolution multi-channel audio and DTS-HD Master Audio.
eARC-Priority Series HDMI cables utilize 1.25% Silver-Plated Copper conductors for superior audio/visual performance. These cables also support all the latest HDMI 2.1 features, including professional 10K Ultra HD, 8K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz, as well as HDR formats.
The HDMI spec is constantly evolving. If you bought your latest television or A/V equipment recently, you may want to consider upgrading to HDMI 2.1a, the most recent standard. If you’re looking to future-proof your system, however, you should look for Ultra High Speed HDMI. It has a full 48Gbps bandwidth, ensuring uncompressed 8K video with HDR. Additionally, its exceptional low EMI levels help it minimize interference from nearby wireless devices and it’s backwards compatible with existing HDMI products.
A 4K HDMI cable is ideal for connecting a 4K TV to a monitor, soundbar, or projector. The cable supports high-bitrate audio formats and is compatible with a wide range of devices. These include laptops, game consoles, and 4K TVs. The new standard supports a variety of audio formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD.